If you have been told that you require treatment for venous insufficiency, continue reading, because virtually no one needs surgery anymore. You may also want to take a look at our FAQ which will answer some common questions about vein disease and its treatment.

When treatments are performed properly (i.e. find the root of the problem with an ultrasound and eliminate it at the source), you should get long-lasting results – your varicose veins and your symptoms of venous insufficiency should disappear permanently.

Leg Vein Ultrasound ImageUSA Vein Clinics achieves its high success rate in varicose vein treatments by not taking shortcuts. At USA Vein Clinics, you will be seen by one of our highly skilled and caring physicians who will develop a custom tailored vein treatment plan just for you.

The first thing we do when making a diagnosis of venous insufficiency is map out your network of veins using diagnostic ultrasound. Then using a systematic approach, we start treating your disease by eliminating the source of the problem.

Our physicians employ lasers, a varicose vein innovation that began rapidly rising in popularity around the world in about 2002.

We use ultrasound at every visit to give us a clear picture of which vein we need to treat.



How You Look At Things From Different Angles

When you are a child, there are few things more magical than snow. It has the power to transform the landscape, stop time, and make the whole world sparkle. Usual routines are pulled apart thread by thread until no shred of our ordinary day-to-day life remains. Gone are the structures of the workday and the school schedule. Gone are the usual rules and bedtimes. The outside world closes up shop and leaves us to our own devices.

When you are a child, snow turns the world into your playground. Where once there were only the familiar sights of your familiar world, there is now a vast, white expanse of possibilities. Like a blank canvas stretched out over real life, snow opens small imaginations to endless creations and adventures.

When you are a child, a snow bank becomes your noble charger, carrying you to battle on the field of war. It becomes a dragon, released from an icy spell and here to carry you into the cold, starry sky. It becomes a fort, a bunker, a castle, and the den of the mysterious ice bear – once king of the arctic, now a refugee who needs to be rescued and restored to his throne.

When you are a child, snow takes you back in time to a day when children ran amuck through the neighborhood. You meet in the streets to forge alliances and arrange expeditions. You trek up treacherous mountainsides, search for the legendary Yeti, and excavate frozen dinosaur bones. Sometimes, snow inspires creative domesticity and an afternoon is filled with the assembly and serving of snow sodas, pizzas, cupcakes, and stews.

When you are a grownup, there are few things more disruptive than snow. It changes plans, complicates your day, and adds dozens of items to your to-do list. It rips you away from your intentions, rerouting you according to Mother Nature’s whims and fancies. Gone are any extra minutes you might have had, filled now with hurried errands, last-minute preparations, and constant monitoring of the news and weather.

When you are a grownup, snow transforms your world into a dangerous obstacle course of closed roads, downed wires, and icy driving conditions. It cuts you off from the outside world and all its conveniences. It threatens to pluck you from the twenty-first century and deposit you in a past without electricity or modern communication devices.

When you are a grownup, snow is more of a bother than a wonder; but when you are a grownup with the eyes and heart of a child, snow still has the power to enchant. It quiets the world. Motors stop. Nature hushes. Even the voices in our heads cease their chattering. The usual expectations and obligations drop away as the flakes fall. For a little while, we are released from our regular responsibilities.

When you are a grownup with the imagination of a child, you can see snow’s reinvention of the world for what it is – a chance to step out of the ordinary into the fantastic, to experience delight, to contemplate the possibility of change. Even better, if you let your grownup imagination take flight, you may find that you don’t need the magic of snow to see the boundless opportunities you have for creativity and adventure. All you need is a willingness to see the world in a different way and the courage to go out in it and explore.

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I help my clients craft standout brands, transform ideas and visions into profitable content, and create rave-worthy brand experiences. Part strategist, part writer, and part cheerleader, I love making marketing fun. I’m also a mom, an aspiring fiction writer, a prolific blogger, and a student of voice, trapeze, and horseback riding (not at the same time … though, that would be interesting …).

26 Ways To Have An Awesome Weekend

1. Set up a Skype date with a friend who lives far away and watch a movie together while eating the same snacks and occasionally pausing to talk about what you’re watching.

2. Go to a thrift shop with a pre-set budget of 15 or so bucks and allow yourself to get as much ridiculous stuff as you want as long as you don’t spend any more than you’ve reserved.

3. Arrange a date with someone you’ve been crushing on for a while on OKCupid but haven’t quite had the courage to ask out yet.

4. Find out if it’s raining, and if it is, spend the majority of Saturday afternoon in a coffee shop near a window, reading as much of a new book as your heart desires.

5. If you finish it, buy a few more books at the used book store.

6. Call up a few friends and have them come over for some wine and snacks. Have everyone bring the clothes/accessories they no longer need, and do a little trading while you hang out.

7. Hold a little wine tasting with a few of your friends so you can drink some good bottles and learn enough about them to seem cool at dinner parties.

8. Host a dinner party.

9. Make a roast or slow-cooked stew that takes far too much time to ever actually attempt during the week. If you spend all day in and out of the kitchen, all the better.

10. Learn how to make latte art.

11. Get stoned and go to the aquarium, but not so stoned that you get really scared every time one of the animals looks at you through the tank for too long.

12. Practice drawing your favorite Disney character until you are halfway decent at it. (Or at least decent at one isolated feature, which you proceed to draw a million more times.)

13. Start working on your taxes so you can be ahead of the game. (JK JK JK)

14. Actually reach out to the ex that you have been meaning to start an amicable relationship with for a long time, but were worried about seeming strange or still into them.

15. Bake one of those rainbow cakes people love posting all over the internet. (Extra points if it actually manages to turn out anything but a slightly discolored, muddy brown.

16. Read the entire Wikipedia article on a really important event you know almost nothing about, and feel really informed for the next few days.

17. Drop this new knowledge into conversation casually and watch people be impressed with you.

18. Drink whiskey.

19. Go to a club or coffee shop that is having an open mic night, even if you don’t know anyone who is participating. Bring a few friends and clap extra hard for the people who don’t have a lot of supporters in the audience.

20. Write a friend a poem and leave it in their mailbox anonymously.

21. Find a writer whose work you really enjoy and spend a few hours just going through all of their archives, until you reach the very end and become profoundly sad that you don’t have anything of theirs left to obsess over.

22. Take a bunch of selfies for no reason, and don’t feel narcissistic or embarrassed about it.

23. Try on new combinations of your old clothes to find ways to make them not so boring anymore. Keep a list of the different outfits you can put together in a pinch, and tape it to the inside of your closet for when you find yourself staring at your hangers while muttering about how you have nothing to wear.

24. Go grocery shopping and pick out three new things that you’ve never tried but always wanted to.

25. Order two sandwiches at lunch and bring one (along with a cup of coffee) out to the homeless person who is stuck in the cold.

26. Make popcorn on the stove and add your own seasonings, like grated parmesan or salted caramel or cayenne and lime. Realize that you have been settling for crappy microwave popcorn for way too long, and resolve to only eat more legit (and less expensive) snack foods in the future.


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